Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 1st May 2012 19:01 UTC
Internet & Networking "I think most search results would benefit by some form of instant answer. DuckDuckGo has a lot of goodies, but I think we're only scratching the surface on what can be done there. That's why today we're announcing DuckDuckHack: an open source platform to create instant answer plugins for DuckDuckGo. Think of them like add-ons for Firefox." Pretty cool idea.
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RE: Comment by andih
by Verunks on Tue 1st May 2012 21:14 UTC in reply to "Comment by andih"
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Microsoft didnt exactly make it easy to switch either..

to be fair IE asks you if you want to customize your default search engine and other stuff on first start

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RE[2]: Comment by andih
by Licaon_Kter on Tue 1st May 2012 21:52 in reply to "RE: Comment by andih"
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and the user just presses NEXT, NEXT,NEXT,NEXT,NEXT,NEXT,NEXT,NEXT,NEXT,NEXT,NEXT,NEXT,NEXT,NEXT, FINISH as trained in years of Windows usage, like s/he did to install those complementary toolbars too ;)

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